Leaves' Eyes



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317 fans
Also known as Leaves Eyes

Country: Germany
Label: AFM Records

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Formed in: 2003

2003- Symphonic metal

Line-up

2003-  Alexander Krull - vocals, programming
2003-  Thorsten Bauer - guitars
2013-  Joris Nijenhuis - drums
2016-  Elina Siirala - vocals
2019-  Micki Richter - guitars
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2003-2004  Martin Schmidt - drums
2003-2007  Christian Lukhaup - bass
2003-2010  Mathias Röderer - guitars
2003-2016  Liv Kristine - vocals
2004-2007  Moritz Neuner - drums, percussions
2008  Nicholas Barker - drums
2008-2010  Alla Fedynitch - bass
2008-2010  Chris Antonopoulos - drums
2010-2012  Roland Navratil - drums
2010-2015  Sander van der Meer - guitars
2011-2013  John-Bart Van Der Wal - bass
2012-2013  Felix Born - drums
2015-2019  Pete Streit - guitars
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2004  Timon Birkhofer - cello, piano
2009  Thorsten Bauer - bass
› 2011  -//- bass, mandolin
2011  Christian Roch - uilleann pipes, whistles
2008  Peter Hornung - drums
2008  Alex Holzwarth - drums
2009  Oliver Holzwarth - bass
2011-  Niels Löffler - bass
2012  Heri Joensen - vocals
2009-2010  Carmen Elise Espenæs - vocals
2011  Janna Kirchhof - fiddle, nyckelharpa
2011  John Kelly - vocals
2011  Maite Itoiz - vocals, baroque guitar
2011  Christoph Kutzer - cello
2011  Anette Gulbrandsen - vocals
2015  Simone Simons - vocals
2015  Lindy-Fay Hella - vocals
2020  Clémentine Delauney - vocals

Latest reviews

Life after Liv? The first album without her, 2018's Sign Of The Dragonhead, was honestly a bit underwhelming for me, but after hearing it live, some songs grew on me. Yes, Leaves' Eyes played it safe on this one which begged to wonder how The Last Viking would compare.   Review by D.T. Metal ››
Leaves' Eyes had the clearest of visions on their 2011 studio release, Meredead. Their sights were set on locating their symphonic sound in a wonderfully authentic and atmospheric folk climate, venturing convincingly into a Celtic instrumental focus whilst retaining their Scandinavian fascinations. That bright day has passed as Symphonies Of The Night takes hold.   Review by R'Vannith ››

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